We’ve been following phone contract bundles for a while. Past offers have given away everything from Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox consoles, to Chomebooks, to free Spotify, Amazon Prime Video, or Disney Plus subscriptions – but never pizza. Now, you can get 50% off Domino’s and Pizza Hut orders via a Tastecard bundle when you buy
We’ve been following phone contract bundles for a while. Past offers have given away everything from Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox consoles, to Chomebooks, to free Spotify, Amazon Prime Video, or Disney Plus subscriptions – but never pizza.
Now, you can get 50% off Domino’s and Pizza Hut orders via a Tastecard bundle when you buy select phones on contract from Mobiles.co.uk.
The offers are on the following phones, many of which are free upfront:
- Apple iPhone 7 32GB
- Google Pixel 3a
- Google Pixel 3a XL
- Samsung Note10 Lite
- Samsung S10 Lite
- Samsung A20e
- Samsung A70
- Samsung A51
- Samsung A71
- Honor 8S
- Huawei P30 Lite
- Oppo Reno 2 256GB
- Oppo Reno 2Z 128GB
It’s a strong deal if you’re already in the market for a mid-range phone and tend to order take out often, of course (students rejoice!).
The Pixel 3a, Oppo Reno 2 and Galaxy A70 are all in our round up of the best mid-range phones. Keep in mind, Google is having an Easter sale that also knocks down the price of the Pixel 3a and 3a XL if you’re specifically after those phones.
The Tastecard discount works in London and Yorkshire only, and halves your bill from Domino’s or Pizza Hut when you spend at least £30 (before the discount) online. Both fast food pizza chains are now offering “contact free delivery” as a response to the coronavirus.
If you’re ordering from Domino’s the offer applies to everything on the menu except on chicken sides, ice cream and drinks. All orders from Pizza Hut are eligible, except separate special offers on the menu.
If the incentive of meal discounts is really what you’re after, you can try Tastecard for 60 days for £1, otherwise it costs £3.99 per month or £39.99 for a year.
Tastecard, for those unfamiliar, offers members discounts on everything from restaurants, to cinema tickets, to attractions. Of course, now that the cinema and theme parks are a no-go, it’s next best use is for discounts on meal delivery, movie rentals (via Rakuten TV) and online shopping – which is probably all we really need under lockdown.